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Schedules of events, a list of holiday closings, library policies, and more can be found on the Milton Public Library website.
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Library cards are free. Identification and proof of residence are required for adults when the card application is completed. Minors (under 16 years of age) need a parent's or guardian's signature on their application. There is no minimum age requirement to obtain a library card. You can fill out and print an application ahead of time (you will not be able to save a filled-in version of the form). Bring the application(s) to the Checkout Desk to get your library card; be sure to bring your photo ID and proof of address as well.
Photo Identification may be provided with any U.S. state driver’s license or identification card, a passport, a school ID, or any official picture ID.
Proof of address may be provided on the same driver’s license or identification card if it is current.
Also accepted are:
Milton Public Library maintains the following hours year-round:
Milton Public Library has book lockers for after-hours pickup of reserved materials. Call the library at 608-868-7462 to make arrangements.
Yes! Milton Public Library is part of the Arrowhead Library System and SHARE Consortium, which together include 28 locations in Rock County, Racine County, Kenosha County, and Walworth Counties (covering all the public libraries in these counties). You are welcome to use your card at any of these libraries and to return borrowed materials to any of these libraries or their drop boxes.
Yes! SHARE is the name of the catalog for all the public libraries in the SHARE Consortium (Counties of Rock, Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth). Visit SHARE [https://ent.sharelibraries.info/client/en_US/mil/] to browse and search the catalog. Log in using your library card barcode and PIN to place holds on materials, join the Favorite author club, pay overdue fines online, update your contact information, and more.
You can also browse and reserve materials using the SHARE Anywhere mobile app – log in using your library card barcode and PIN, then select the library from which you would most often like to pickup your reserved items.
SHARE Catalog [https://ent.sharelibraries.info/client/en_US/mil/]
Wifi is also available for patrons to use with their own wifi-enabled devices.